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Happy Talk - Daniel Johnston - Lost Recordings II (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The album Live In Berlin, however, contains ALL the tracks from the Berlin show, which is more tracks than the original cassette tape release, and the same number of tracks as the CD release titled "Why Me - Daniel Johnston Live In Berlin". The CD version of Songs of Pain and More Songs of Pain is titled "Early Recordings" and contains 2 CDs.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Daniel Johnston - Lost Recordings II at Discogs. Complete your Daniel Johnston collection/5(5).
  3. Oct 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Daniel Johnston - Dream Lover YouTube Daniel Johnston- Surely You Don't Work All Night - Duration: Lazarus Taxon 29, views.
  4. Claudine Longet recorded a version for her album Love is Blue (). In the late s, Harpers Bizarre did a cover of the song. Daniel Johnston covered the song at least two times, first on his solo cassette "The Lost Recordings II", and later with Jad Fair on their album It's Spooky, released in
  5. Lost Recordings II [tape] (Stress) ; but Fun is — fittingly or not — the most forgettable album in Johnston’s catalogue. Happy Time, a red-vinyl 7-inch preview of Fun, contains two tracks from it, an unreleased original (“Come See Me Tonight”) The Late Great Daniel Johnston.
  6. Happy Talk Lyrics: Happy talk, keep talking happy talk / Talk about things you like to do / You got to have a dream, if you don't have a dream / How you gonna have a dream come true? / Talk about the.
  7. More beautiful Daniel Johnston songs. If you love this earlier piano oriented stuff as much as me then more material is always welcome. The only thing that is frustrating is that many songs on these Lost Recordings collections are brief bits of song ideas which would be among the best songs he's ever written if they were taken more seriously.

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